Daily Archives: July 12, 2020

In Less Than Five Months

In Less Than Five Months vor 16 Min. It was NEVER about a mask, it was always about control._____________ In Less Than Five Months Joe Herr Saw on a friend’s page (not sure who the original author is) and thought I’d share…… “It’s just a mask” will turn into “It’s just a vaccine,” very quickly. […]

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Texas – Wear Masks At Home

Texas – Wear Masks At Home vor 1 Std. TEXAS: You should consider wearing a mask even when you’re in your own home | WOAI A better idea would be to not hold BLM protests in your home. Average daily New Covid-19 Positive Cases By Week (Monday-Sunday) – Texas … Continue reading → via Real Climate Science […]

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New Video : 3,846 Days Left For The Planet

New Video : 3,846 Days Left For The Planet vor 1 Std. via Real Climate Science Posted on July 12, 2020 by tonyheller https://ift.tt/2WaaD7u July 12, 2020 at 04:29PM

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New Video : Pink Journalism

New Video : Pink Journalism vor 46 Min. via Real Climate Science Posted on July 12, 2020 by tonyheller https://ift.tt/2CpIUZs July 12, 2020 at 04:29PM

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Latest Developments In Virus Science

Latest Developments In Virus Science vor 44 Min. via Real Climate Science Posted on July 11, 2020 by tonyheller https://ift.tt/3j05Cbs July 12, 2020 at 04:29PM

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Covid-19: The Winter Disease Which Hates Humid Summers?

Covid-19: The Winter Disease Which Hates Humid Summers? vor 43 Min. Guest essay by Eric Worrall Researchers are consistently claiming Summer humidity impedes the transmission of Covid-19. But some humid tropical countries like Singapore have as much difficulty controlling the spread of Covid as the rest of us. Could high humidity slow the spread of […]

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Will New Hygiene Standards Propel Automation?

Will New Hygiene Standards Propel Automation? vor 4 Std. Guest essay by Eric Worrall h/t Breitbart; As Coronavirus immigration controls and outbreaks amongst workers cuts off the supply of cheap Labor, meat packing plants are increasingly turning to robots to fill the labor shortage. But there is nothing new about labor shortages triggering a wave of […]

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A Busy Hurricane Season? Maybe, But It Won’t Be Due To Global Warming

A Busy Hurricane Season? Maybe, But It Won’t Be Due To Global Warming vor 38 Min. By Paul Homewood Today’s fake news from the BBC: Tropical Storm Fay brought strong winds, heavy rain and local flooding to north eastern states of the USA in the last few days. It was the earliest “F” named storm […]

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